Thursday, December 25, 2008

Correlation Between Celery and Brain Damage

In startling news, it's been revealed by The Telegraph that there is a direct correlation between brain damage and an urge to eat celery. (See also: Evening Standard)

Richard Hammond, who appears on the popular show Top Gear, was in a severe auto crash in 2006. After the accident, in which he sustained brain damage, he suddenly developed a taste for celery.

Researchers indicate that, indeed, brain injury and brain inflammation can cause one to desire celery. THIS IS SCIENCE, PEOPLE.

So, if you feel yourself having a desire to eat the devil's vegetable, please run straight away to the emergency room or nearest critical care unit and ask for a brain scan.

This could save your life.